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The Department of Homeland Security issued a directive barring use of the Russian company’s product.
Inspector general found agency improperly provided millions in subsidies to California contractors.
Harvey inundated rivers, bayous, canals and highways in some of the most densely populated parts of the Houston metro area, which is home to 4.5 million people.
James A. Fields Jr. struggled with mental illness and violent outbursts before he was charged with an act of automotive fury that left one woman dead and injured 19 others.
“Mom is scared he is going to become violent here,” a dispatcher wrote in a log of the November 2011 call in which Fields’s mother requested police help.
The U.S. warning about Kaspersky leaves officials in the dark about possible risks.
Jane Sanders championed the costly relocation of Burlington College. Its closure in financial distress could spawn a criminal case that damages her husband politically.
The Associated Press obtained recordings indicating police wanted to keep news helicopters away.